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the race of a lifetime? hillary clinton and barack obama competing to become the first woman or african-american to be nominated by a party. we would often say there's not going to be as much drama in 2012. first of all, there was. president obama himself told his aides on election night that he felt this election was more consequential than the 2008 election. back in 2008 people were voting on a hope and on a dream and on a kind of the historic promise of his election. and in 2012 they'd be voting on his record, and they'd be either vindicating or rejecting what he'd done and giving him a mandate to do more. he also felt that he had done a lot over the course of his first three years, whether you like the things he'd done or not, whether it was passing health care reform, reregulating wall street, passing a huge stimulus, those were big things he did, and we held that if the republicans won in 2012, they would roll back and undo all his pleasurements -- accomplishments. so he thought the stakes in this election were much higher. a lot of republicans in 2008 were disspiritted, and by th
can imagine involves the clintons. we wrote a lot in 2008 about bill clinton and hillary clinton and barack obama and their complicated relationship. a lot of the story is the relationship between bill clinton and barack obama and the love story between barack and hillary. it's the love story of a rocket bill and it starts after three years in which the two guys didn't talk much and president obama didn't want to hear from president clinton and president clinton wanted to talk as he often does but they didn't have much collaboration or discussion until the fall of 2011 when obama's term was at its low ebb politically at that point. his approval ratings were down at 40% after the debt ceiling fight. he looked like -- ended in a state of desperation he and his team did something they had never really thought they would have to do which was they started a courtship with bill clinton that courtship began as courtships often do on the golf course. they went to play golf at andrews air force base. president obama has an obama attitude towards goal. i'm the president and either busy sch
at all for the political system, no patience for politicians like bill clinton. the whole system was corrupt, jerry brown. that was his message. he had no problem saying it to people like bill clinton to their face. >> you ought to be a shamed of yourself for jumping on my wife. you are not worth being on the same platform as my wife. >> i tell you go is, mr. clinton, ralph nader called me and made me the article i was shocked by it. i was shocked by it because i don't think someone in government should be -- >> it is just a small taste of what that campaign was like. when that '92 campaign was over, jerry brown really was a political pariah. the media thought he was an unhinged madman. president bill clinton was not about to throw him any life lines. he was done, finish td. all of the potential from the spring of 1976, this is where he was going to end up. floo flash forward to 2010. he found a way to come back to a little bit of relevance. he turned 60 and became the mayor of oakland, california. he did that job for eight years and then got himself elected attorney general in 2
at 7:30 a.m. eastern. >>> al gore once tried to follow in bill clinton's footsteps and become president. now the former vice president is taking a cue from his ex-boss again. this time, it's not about power, it's about pork and beef and chicken. cnn's john berman explains. >> reporter: bill clinton, al gore, the 1992 democratic ticket. ♪ don't stop thinking about tomorrow ♪ >> reporter: but 21 years later, you might say the clinton/gore theme song has gone from fleetwood mac's "don't stop thinking about tomorrow" to, don't stop thinking about tofurkey. they've gone from serving up political red meat to serving up no meat, no fish, no dairy. the news now, according to "forbes" magazine, al gore has joined his running meat, becoming a vegan a couple months ago. >> it's like playing the piano and deciding, i'm only going to use the white keys, not the black and white keys. it does take a little time to get used it. >> reporter: walter scheibe served as white house chef for several years. >> president clinton, a little bit more diverse in his dining, that's sort of a euphemism, saying h
bill clinton pollster attracted so much attention this woke. tray lock at the futility democrats passed passing a republican-led house. they locked at the political landscape. he concluded we are stuck with this maddening state of gridlock politics through the end of the decade at lowest. is he right? is there a way around it to break the law, to jerk american politics out of this funk? well, joining me to discuss these questions we have emily heil of the washington post who writes for the paper's "reliable source column" and an nsnbc contributor, jeff borrow at business insider.com. and the founder of the public affairs firm. so, first of all, that stinks for taking your holiday weekend and spending them where i'm sure you love to 8:00 a.m. coming no this cold studio. i really appreciate that. with so we talk about that seismic memo printed in politico. there was a lot in it. he thaux about maybe theoretically there is room for a third party, something that metro detroit spring up because the two parties aren't necessarily coping up with all the changes in the electric. i thought for t
of defense under president clinton and retired general spider marks, our cnn military analyst. secretary, let me start with you. it was striking that the u.s. decided to come out and take the responsibility for this drone attack and apologize for it. what does it say about this, because we were talking about this a little bit during chris' piece, we're at this very fragile point with hamid karzai, this bilateral security agreement that the u.s. wants the afghan president to sign on to that would basically take the u.s. presence in afghanistan for potentially ten years, perhaps, after 2014 when we are going to draw down most of our forces there. what is what happened yesterday doing to that dynamic there? >> the united states has indicated we are through negotiating. no more conditions that can be imposed or should be imposed by president karzai. he has insisted, on the other hand, that these drone strikes have to stop so it puts us in a rather difficult position, having said no negotiations and he's now trying to keep it at least open until he signs out as president. i think nonetheless, the
it, but it is my book. lou: and president obama swapping out for hillary clinton? we have that here and he has more coming up deaths. doublingownnd getting a lou: the new book -- and getting a lot of attention highlighted in the book and the obama campaign's consideration of replacing joe biden with hillary clinton. he first heard that story right here on our broadcast. ed klein broke the story first. more than a year ago. >> are you saying that you think it is all but a done deal that he will be replaced on the ticket? >> i'm not saying that at all. i am saying that there are those inside the obama campaign were thinking maybe we should consider replacing joe biden and they did not make that decision, but they were considering it. >> there you see it. the author of "the new york times" bestseller, ed klein is with us tonight. and congratulations. that is her thick. >> thank you. the idea that this clinton campaign is starting to ratchet up. is there truth is we are hearing from some? >> i don't think it's disorganized. >> yes, i think it's very organized. bill clinton had handed o
when he fought with hillary clinton in the primaries was he fought against iraq, he's nervous about us going to war with iran because it's an open ended situation. and the same way he's sort of pushing forward when other people are saying it's time to shrink back. he's saying no, i'm on the offensive. >> well, chris, i think the president's supporters are glad to see evidence of the barack obama who inspired them to begin with. he came on the scene promising new thinking. promising a new way of looking at things and a new way of doing business. that has turned out to be very difficult to achieve in washington, d.c. in large measure because of the day one opposition, heel dug in opposition of the party here. it's hard to bring that sense of change and outside the box thinking to washington, although he succeeded in some ways. on the foreign policy scene, i think you see the new world that he was offering to bring to america and to the world for that matter. one that really wanted to understand the thinking of the other side, not be naive, but to listen and to look for areas of agreement
every presidential election since 1964. and quinnipiac has new numbers. hillary clinton and chris christie neck and neck in the poll with clinton's one point lead well within the margin of error. clinton has a lead over marco rubio. her lead extends to double digits over rand paul. she easily tops jeb bush should decide to try to become the third bush in the white house. and it's no contest between clinton and ted cruz. it's hillary by 15, 50-35. we'll be right back. before using her new bank of america credit card, which rewards her for responsibly managing her card balance. before receiving $25 toward her balance each quarter for making more than her minimum payment on time each month. tracey got the bankamericard better balance rewards credit card, which fits nicely with everything else in life she has to balance. that's the benefit of responsibility. apply online or visit a bank of america near you. >>> welcome back to "hardball." we want to take an encloser look tonight at the new issue before the supreme court involving the affordable care act. the court will consider whethe
. and quinnipiac has new poll numbers. hillary clinton and chris christie neck and neck in the poll with clinton's one point lead well within the margin of error. clinton has a lead over marco rubio, nine points. her lead extends to double digits over rand paul. 50-40. she easily tops jeb bush should decide to try to become the third bush in the white house. and it's no contest between clinton and ted cruz. it's hillary by 15, 50-35. we'll be right back. ess pro. maestro of project management. baron of the build-out. you need a permit... to be this awesome. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle... and go. you can even take a full-size or above, and still pay the mid-size price. (aaron) purrrfect. (vo) meee-ow, business pro. meee-ow. go national. go like a pro. >>> welcome back to "hardball." we want to take an even closer look tonight at the new issue before the supreme court involving the affordable care act. the court will consider whether a company can refuse to offer contraceptive health care as is mandated by the affordable care act on the
not go away. >> let me put in example on the table. an example of what was going on during the clinton administration, we all know in january 1998, the story broke of the president's relationship with monica lewinsky, but the details were trickling out. this was in the very early stage moving thernet, story out before it was published in the magazine. that was a watershed moment. >> it really was. it was a difficult story to deal with at the white house. a -- made a did decision early on that this story was going to just drown out anything else they were doing. one of the decisions they made about which was an effective way of dealing with as much as they could, was to take the questions out of the briefing room. and it be a legal question, then have the counsel's office be the one that responded. the counsel's office then hired someone he -- hired somebody, jim kennedy, who was the indications person, and i do not think he was a lawyer, but he was the one who would deal with those questions. because, if it was dealt with day after day after day am a as ultimately was in the briefing r
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for hillary clinton? we have that here and he has more coming up my asthma's under control. i don't miss out... you sat out most of our game yesterday! asthma doesn't affect my job... you were out sick last week. my asthma doesn't bother my family... you coughed all through our date night! i hardly use my rescue inhaler at all. what did you say? how about - every day? coping with asthma isn't controlling it. test your level of control at asthma.com, then talk to your doctor. there may be more you could do for your asthma. lou: the new book -- and getting a lot of attention highlighted in the book and the obama campaign's consideration of replacing joe biden with hillary clinton. he first heard that story right here on our broadcast. ed klein broke the story first. more than a year ago. >> are you saying that you think it is all but a done deal that he will be replaced on the ticket? >> i'm not saying that at all. i am saying that there are those inside thea campaign were thinking maybe we should consider replacing joe biden and they did not make that decision, but they were considering it. >
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the decline was within a democratic control of the executive office in the presence of bill clinton. >> and i would say looking back historically he handled it reasonably well. we weren't sure how to use our new status. and clinton used it to rescue the people in kosovo. he used it to rescue the people of bosnia. but there were no grand adventures because there was no grand provocation. there was no grand mission. and domestically he did what you would do. you tend to your vineyards and the economy was a prosperous one. so i think he had a reasonably good tenure. but it was not-- i think he has even said that history never challenged him the way it did other presidents. >> rose: he said it and meas he's bemoaned it to a agree saying he-- he didn't want war but he didn't have things that were changed by the nature of the event. >> and it denied him a chance at greatness. >> rose: he essentially had-- he certainly feels it. but he was there during that period to be succeeded by george bush. when you look back at bush 41-- 43, and iraq, afghanistan, what's your judgment? >> i think the virtue of
'm going to make a guess that is hillary clinton leads among democrats. what do the numbers look like? >> overwhelmingly. let's take a quick look at the numbers. hillary clinton is clearly the front run the irfor the democratic nomination. and she's going to be the front-runner for the democratic nomination at this point. she's unmatched you. up 51 points over her closest rival and that's joe biden. let's remove hillary clinton from the race. and then all of a sudden, joe biden becomes the front-runner certainly at this point in time. >> that makes sense, eight years at vice president. been in congress since the early 1970s. we're three years out at this point. do these numbers matter just a general indicator? >> they do matter about you they are a general indicator. for the folks who say it's too early to talk about this, certainly from our perspective, we're not the ones going to iowa, new hampshire, south carolina, florida, raising money for democrats. clearly laying the groundwork. we've seen that from rand paul and ted cruz. joe biden himself is already making phone calls tols io
a recovery coming because the policies have not changed. really big recoveries under clinton, reagan, kennedy, they all came with major tax cuts and pro-growth policies, and this administration just does not do that. ashley: interesting, as a judge? i guess you mentioned taxes. we will talk about tax reform until we're blue in the face and now for a long time. are we ever going to get any meaningful tax reform to back. >> sure. we will give major tax reform, but you will have to wait until the political structure clears up. you have the elections in 2014 or i think they're republicans will pick up a number of seats in the house. then yap 2016 were i think he will get a major change. just so you know, aid is not a republican, democrat, conservative but just plain common sense economics. bill clinton did it right. ronald reagan did it. we just have to wait until 2017 to really get bipartisan work done in the house and the senate and with the president to create total tax reform, spending reduction, sound money, free trade and minimal regulation. get the heck of the wait and let the economy sell
the patients coming to that clinton was very, very different from the old tom o'dell clinic. i hope people have willing to try it we will excel as a clinic that provides care for the homeless. i do hope that going forward it will give the community a chance to make the clinic the best in the system. and again welcome and thank you for your support (clapping) >> thank you very much marcelina. great and i want to acknowledge supervisor campos who just walked in. there you are thanks for coming. next up is the chief operating office for the tenderloin who is who's wonderful building we're in and we were here for that opposite o opposite and love to have her join us to make some comments liz >> thanks joseph. can people hear me. i'll try to talk loud and into the mike thank you, mayor and supervisor kim and everyone. and thank you for giving me the opportunity to represent t n b c and our director is out of town. we know he would have loved to be here. the clinic is part of a much larger project. who's auditorium we're sitting in the t nc is the owner and operator and in addition to the clinic th
's a legitimate story. let's be fair. barack obama has a sibling. hillary clinton has siblings that have disagreed with them on policy issues. that has never been on the front page of the "new york times." why this? because it's a conservative. why this? because it's the cheneys. and it's also because they absolutely want to stop liz from getting into the senate. nobody should be surprised by this. >> you're frowning. but how do you not mention it? whether it's front page news or not is a very legitimate point. how do you not mention it when mary cheney has been so vocal in criticizing her sister? >> there's two issues. one, sure, if mary's vocal and criticizing her sister it's a story. it could be a gossip story which i think is what rick is getting at. until you consider this is indicative of a larger issue going on in america on gay marriage, social issues, gay rights especially where you see families become conflicted. you're starting to see the republican party become conflicted. that's interesting as a larger story about where the gop is going in terms of the younger generation embracing mor
. the advice he gave president clinton after the lewinsky scandal broke and what he would have said to president obama about health care. that ahead of thanksgiving, we want you to tell us what you are thankful for. tweet us using the hash tag why i'm thankful to share your thoughts and read what our msnbc anchors said they are thankful for. shoot it our way. i started part-time, now i'm a manager.n. my employer matches my charitable giving. really. i get bonuses even working part-time. where i work, over 400 people are promoted every day. healthcare starting under $40 a month. i got education benefits. i work at walmart. i'm a pharmacist. sales associate. i manage produce. i work in logistics. there's more to walmart than you think. vo: opportunity. that's the real walmart. before using her new bank of america credit card, which rewards her for responsibly managing her card balance. before receiving $25 toward her balance each quarter for making more than her minimum payment on time each month. tracey got the bankamericard better balance rewards credit card, which fits nicely with
. and you mentioned in the book when you are talking about hillary rodham clinton who is an old friend. he said an extraordinary role model and you have known her for years. your husband served together. did they sit next to each other? >> in the order in which the states come into the union is how they sit. >> oh right. it's so serendipitous. you are old friends and obviously colleagues and you said the united states is ready for a woman president so i have to ask you, she is obviously the great hope of the democratic party and the great hope of many women, whether or not you want her to run and you would support her and any feelings you have. you said you have enduring respect for her service as secretary of state. barring whatever is wrapping her up in her current benghazi -- on capitol hill. you look at the future and you think this country is ready. but u.s. a republican sit it out if she ran? >> i don't want to speculate about all of that that i think of hillary wanted to run she should run. she did said i think an extraordinary example of how a woman can run for public office. that
. >> the heart of our book is bill clinton and barack obama. >> he said he wasn't impressed by his campaigning style. >> we quote him in the book assaying he doesn't do the small things, reaching out to people. consulting. so bill clinton gets brought into help barack obama the last time. he acknowledged that i need help from somebody else. bill clinton he came in and they got closer and played a round of golf and afterwards one of his aids said i like him in doses. during the time of the convention he gives that speech. no one else in the country could do and that ends and now we are in the face they are no longer feuding. they are one political family. game change popular as well as the hbo movie. what was that moment during the pursuit of the second term that you said we have the makings of another great book or story to tell? >> there wasn't. we did the first book and shortly after we were going to do the second one. we had double downed long before there was a campaign going on. we worked on the book through the summer of 2013. we did 500 interviews with more than 400 people. and barack o
it comes to women's leadership. hillary clinton, you democratic women senators all signed this highly secretive letter that we all know about -- >> nothing is sacred anymore. -- encouraging hillary to run for president. >> our people are very excited about the possibility of her running. there is no surprise. we all signed the letter, including elizabeth, asking elizabeth to run. >> is this just a acclamation, ? >> emocratic primary act go >> there is a lot of positive support. >> so if she doesn't run, then amy klobuchar runs for you notice she is traveling all over. ? >> thank you very much. >> coming up on c-span, a look at sugar policy in the u.s.. "washington journal" begins live a.m. >> c-span, we bring public affairs events from washington directly to you. putting you in the room at congressional hearings, white house events, briefings and conferences at offering complete gavel to gavel coverage of the all as a public service of private industry. we are c-span, created by the cable industry for years ago and funded by your local cable or satellite provider. now you can watch us
medicaid. a lot of democrats were very keen, it should come up again. there america clinton 50 years ago -- and they remembered clinton 15 years ago. with hillary clinton supported the policy that the barack obama adopted. that was all geared up. it was market friendly. the big difference between these two approaches are from the fact that health care passed with only democratic vote. where as cap the trade had to have some republicans to replace democrats. difference is 2009, affordable care act supported by a wide range coalition centered in health care for america now. they played a big role in putting together a coalition that outside the beltway. consumer groups and community groups and church groups. pushed. included in the legislation. after scott brown was elected in massachusetts, senator edward , the pressureded from the state at the local important aas very keeping democrats from dropping health care legislation which they were about to do. instead they figured out a way to get it done. what kind of broad coalition rigid to the states and localities including community inups w
to the vision that president obama has as compared to your former boss, bill clinton. clinton had a fiscally irresponsible. he didn't attempt to micromanage the private sector. and he had a couple of economic bumps in the road. whereas president obama is the biggest spending president in the history by far. and much more of a i don't care much about the debt whereas clinton kind of did or am i wrong? >> first of all when president clinton took office the economy was starting to grow. when president obama took office the congress was shrinking all time rare. god to be fair i any that some of -- both of them raised taxes on wealthy. both of them tried to deal with healthcare. obama much to my chagrin was more successful than president clinton was. so, both signed free trade agreements which a lot of people dispute whether that helped or hurt. >> you don't see a big difference between the two. >> not so much. i see a difference in them in terms of like style. i think president clinton is a much more outgoing guy than president obama. >> i'm talking about economic philosophy. i'm firmly convince
all but assume that hillary clinton will be the party's standard bearer in 2016. but with joe biden heading to asia sunday at a key moment in u.s./china relations and a quiet support raising campaign now under way for him, some are wondering if biden might have some presidential joe-mentum of his own. brian todd has been looking into that today. anybody who has met vice president biden knows he's not a guy who will rest on his laurels. you get the sense he's running already for 2016? >> he could be. as you mention, he will need momentum, anything he can get to overtake hillary clinton in all these speculative races that we're riunning right now. still, joe biden has enough experience and political skill to bear in this whole thing. we have to take his potential candidacy very seriously. he's a natural handshaker and back slapper, evidenced on inauguration day. that common touch combined with decades of experience in the senate, an impressive portfolio as vice president, and some recent subtle political moves have analysts talking about a potential joe biden presidential run in 2016.
israel off the map again. >> that's what they believe. why do they trust them more? why did the clinton administration trust north korea more than republicans. it's the same mentality. conservatives, patriots are the problem. but if you look, they are following the north korea game plan. the policy coordinator for the clinton administration is now leading negotiations for the obama administration. if you remember in 1994 they got a promise that in return for nuclear reactors, help with nuclear power all they had to do was renounce nuclear weapons and -- >> they ended up getting a weapon. >> now they are helping iran. >> they extracted money, concessions every time. this game they played, they won every time. >> and iran is following the same thing. i think north korea is t not just helping on missiles and nuclear weapons. they are helping on how you gain the united states. they are too stupid. promise them anything and they will help you with nuclear weapons. >> last week the supreme leader of iran referred to israel as the rabid dog of the region and said the zionist regime is doomed t
reagan and bill clinton, who were more popular in average during the second term than they were in their first. and then we had despite impeachment. bill clinton calculated that impeachment was now working for him and his opponents overreach and he would come out ahead. and then you have harry truman who even though you would have thought he was cursed and left office at immense levels of unpopularity, he's the patron saint of all second term presidents because he's ranked as in the top ten of presidents in our history. >> the guy you are writing about now didn't have a chance to get a second term. >> george bush, sr. part of the second problem is mathematical. twice as much time for the weight of the world and all sorts of problems to come to bear. and i think it is striking that of those two presidencies you mention, reagan and clinton and i remember fareed writing the 2007-2008 george w. bush, they were starting to get things right particularly on foreign policy because suddenly congress george h.w. bush talked about how much he disliked talking about hr 62. >> he and obama h
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, comfort and sank u area to terrorists, including al qaeda members. >> now, of course, hillary clinton did walk back a lot of her support for the war, and very far back. but it did become an issue for her in the primaries in 2008. the fact she was a hawk, she was with the hawks in terms of iraq. is it possible that this could come back to haunt a hillary clinton, let's say presidential candidate in 2016? >> i think probably not, because it's going to be such ancient history. obviously, invading iraq was a huge mistake and hillary's involvement was a mark against her. although much of our political class on both sides of the aisle -- >> john kerry was for it as well. >> a lot of people learned lessons from that, including hillary clinton. but hillary's relevant foreign policy record to the extent she runs for president will be her record as secretary of state. it will essentially be the obama record on foreign policy. so to the extent that obama has moved toward a lighter and less invasive form of the war on terror that involves fewer deaths and fewer boots on the ground, that's going to be
about how president clinton and gore have a vegan diet. this looks look a nonvegan diet. thanks jill dougherty. happy thanksgiving. >>> a town torn apart by a tornado but as they rebuild they're giving thanks just for health, good friends, and their fighting spirit. we'll take you there live next. ya know, with new fedex one rate you can fill that box and pay one flat rate. how naughty was he? oh boy... [ male announcer ] fedex one rate. simple, flat rate shipping with the reliability of fedex. [ male announcer ] fedex one rate. i started part-time, now i'm a manager.n. my employer matches my charitable giving. really. i get bonuses even working part-time. where i work, over 400 people are promoted every day. healthcare starting under $40 a month. i got education benefits. i work at walmart. i'm a pharmacist. sales associate. i manage produce. i work in logistics. there's more to walmart than you think. vo: opportunity. that's the real walmart. >>> this isn't a typical thanksgiving for thousands of people in the midwest. in fact, the a very difficult one. here's why. you may remembe
to franklin roosevelt, jimmy carter, ronald reagan, though clinton and finally george w. bush. the question for you this morning, do governors make better presidents? caller: good morning. , governor bushay of texas? really? do we really think you made a good president? host: what do you think? caller: absolutely not. he was our host: worst and reagan was our host: second. second-worst or second- best? caller: second-worst. collaborated with governor scott walker of wisconsin on a recent book. in other prerequisite for a campaign. he describes scott walker this way. our question for you this morning, to governors make better presidents? weighing in on this issue in this weeks cq weekly is grover norquist. let's hear from brian in schaumburg, illinois. to governors make better presidents? caller: i would say no. i think that is a false qualification. look at lincoln, eisenhower. i like the first bush, but i think it is a bad idea. i always had a lot of bad parties.ns on ♪ in both the other lady called president bush a bad president. i would also nominate governor clinton who became preside
them in their place approach from bill clinton who had an extensive back and forth with an aids activist at a new york city fundraiser 1992. >> this is not bean bag this is life and death. and we've got to go -- that's not true. >> you know it's true. >> i have treated you and all the people who have interrupted my ral bliss a hell of a lot more respect than you've treated me and it's time you started thinking about that. >> and in the days before he was dodging airborne shoes, george w. bush was dodging verbal attacks from protesters and taking the two-pronged heckler approach. >> i'm thrilled to be here at monticello. i've never been here before. to my fellow citizens, we believe in free speech in the united states of america. >> yes, that was a little awkward there although doesn't say anywhere in the constitution that a president has to listen to everything that every heckler decides to say at any given moment. barack obama, who has faced enormous crowds and tough critics since his first days on the national scene, though, has had a different approach to hecklers. after all,
that is a national pastime. during the clinton administration pizza hut was only company allowed to deliver to the white house. >> bill clinton was an inspiration for the videogame character sonic the hedgehog. hedgehog is fat and brown. that would be like cee-lo green. is my dream job. you are a black man who gets to go on television and live for no reason, not in trouble for it, and get a paycheck. >> i could he of mayor. it looks like fun. >> it is fun. it is the only show of its kind. burnett did survivor. he did the bible. he finally got on, and we are having a blast. tavis: the fun for you is what specifically? >> for me it is disseminating information. all kind of what i'd do. disseminating information and fooling people is a lot of fun. i have been fooling people who did not think i could read. i just listed some of the things, but you have tried a little bit of everything. how do you see this fitting into that d.l. hughley story? >> i know very little about a lot. interesting you have to be interested. there are so many things that happen. there are very few times in history that a
cheated and therefore, the iranians will cheat. this was the 1994 agreement that clinton reached with kim jong-il in north korea. the north koreans agreed for 10 years the agreement worked. the north koreans kept their plutonium reactor. the united states delivered heavy fuel oil. the u.s. deliveries were often late because congress would not appropriate the money on time. this was a perpetual problem that north koreans talked about. the reactors were never completed. negotiations continued with the north koreans. madeleine albright went to north korea in 2000. they were talking about negotiating a deal on north korea's missiles as well. the negotiations went well. bill clinton had to decide and flip a coin at the end of his presidency whether he was going to go to earth korea or try to finalize an arab -- israeli peace agreement. wrong choice. george w. bush came in, colin powell wanted to continue and wanted to pick up where clinton left off. he was publicly humiliated for making that statement. bolton went about leaking information that the north koreans might have a secret program to
-fashioned. hillary clinton was pretty tough. they're gone now. and i was in japan last week by pure chance. and they were worried, actually about something like this happening. and they would say privately in the meetings, that the policy was pretty good. you don't have much defense forces over here. but the signal from elsewhere in the world is weakness. and the chinese go on the internet, and they read what's happened. they read the president says red line in syria. and we don't use force. the japanese we talked to, said they were worried about the chinese feeling increasingly emboldened. and they did something very dangerous and provocative here. >> first of all, the fact that president obama had to cancel his trip to asia in october because the republicans decided they were going to shut down the government, the second thing is we have military cuts from the sequester coming in january, and you know who's behind those cuts? it's the republicans. it's the republicans who will not accept any tax revenue as a way of getting off the sequester, even though the sequester is scheduled to hit
banks. mr. ben bradley. [applause] the honorable bill clinton. [applause] ms. irene inoue accepting in honor of her husband. dr. daniel kahneman. the honorable richard lugar. ms. loretta lynn. [applause] dr. mario molina. [applause] ms. tam o'shaughnessy accepting on behalf of her late partner, sally ride. [applause] mr. walter nagel accepting on behalf of his partner, bayard rustin. mr. arturo sandoval. ms. smith accepting on behalf of her husband, mr. dean smith. ms. gloria steinem. [applause] reverend c.t. vivian. the honorable patricia wald. ms. oprah winfrey. [applause] ♪ ladies and gentlemen, the president of the united states and mrs. michelle obama. ♪ [applause] >> good morning. good morning, everybody. [applause] everybody, please have a seat. have a seat. well, on behalf of michelle and myself, welcome to the white house. this is one of my favorite events every year. especially special this year as i look at this extraordinary group of individuals and our opportunity to honor them with our nation's highest civilian honor. the presidential medal of freedom. this year, i
said he used slang when interviewing hillary clinton asking if they were going to be pimping out chelsea clinton. he said i don't understand what's happening here. somebody must have pictures of phil griffin. >> griffin the misnbc president. come back to the hiring of alec baldwin, an actor and comedian and msnbc gives him a weekly show not unaware of the fact he's had anger issues in the past. do you get shocked over this? >> you can't compare all these three things. the cbs thing is a genuine journalistic miscarriage. the alec baldwin thing, he'd barely been on the air at all and he is a loose cannon. they probably thought differently of it very quickly after hiring him, whether he had done that or not. then you have the martin bashir thing, which was really quite different. he was making a very legitimate point about sarah palin. >> let's back up for people who haven't been following. sarah palin had given a speech in which she compared the national debt and owing money to china to slavery. a lot of people didn't like that. i said this in the beginning, it is fair game to crit
floor. and instead of john just saying we don't like bill clinton's budget, john kasich made his own budget. he worked with tim penny and they went on the floor in the middle of this debate and they talked for about 30 minutes, 45 minutes about their vision of how to balance the budget and how to move this country forward. so when i went out on the campaign trail, instead of just criticizing bill clinton, when people asked me what would you do? what would you vote for when you got to washington, d.c., i said i would do what john was talking about doing. we didn't like hillary's health plan so we had two or three different republican ideas for health-care plans. newt helped put together the contract with america so we went out and we had a positive on the construct it approach in the campaign. and it made a big difference. you remember earl hutto? you served with him. i ran against a 16-year incumbent, a democrat named earl hutto came from a district that hadn't elected a republican since 1873. and they hung the last republican they sent up to washington, d.c. we had ideas. my dad di
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